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[audio]AJ Powerful Podcasts - Alec Pollard and Joel Schwartz
Alec Pollard and Joel Schwartz touch on the basics of the new gun control laws.
Keywords: Gun Control; Government Regulation
Downloads: 19
[texts]General regulations for the Army, or, Military institutes - United States. War Dept
Includes index
Keywords: Military Personnel; Government Regulation
Downloads: 245
[texts]General regulations for the Army - United States. War Dept
NLM copy, blank p. interleaved
Keywords: Military Personnel; Government Regulation
Downloads: 118
[texts]General regulations for the Army, or, Military institutes - United States. War Dept
"Revised by Major-General Scott"--Half-title p
Keywords: Military Personnel; Government Regulation
Downloads: 119
[texts]General regulations for the Army of the United States : also, the rules and articles of war, and extracts from laws relating to them - United States. War Dept
NLM copy, inscription of Dr. H.L. Heiskell, U.S. Army, front flyleaf
Keywords: Military Personnel; Government Regulation
Downloads: 124
[texts]Charges and specifications, with copy of orders, and defence of accused : read before a court martial convened in the city of New York, December 10, 1863 - Webster, Warren, 1835-1896
Court martial of Warren Webster, assistant surgeon, charged with disobedience of orders and other offenses
Keywords: Physicians; Military Personnel; Government Regulation
Downloads: 52
[texts]Harborpark: the governmental actors: a directory of responsibilities and contacts - Boston Redevelopment Authority
...designed to be a centralized source of information on government entities which play a role in the development of Boston's waterfront; contains information (obtained through a mail survey) on Boston harbor related roles, responsibilities and projects of 8 federal, 23 state and 20 local government entities; it also identifies a contact person, address and phone number for each; a 1985 edition titled "Harborpark Institutional Framework" is kept on BRA/907; this item was in the BRA collection..
Keywords: Government Regulation; Harborpark, Boston (Mass.); Licenses; Waterfronts
Downloads: 348
[texts]Regulations for the Army of the United States, 1857 - United States. War Dept
"War Department, Washington, January 1, 1857"--P. [iii]
Keywords: United States. Army; Military Personnel; Government Regulation
Downloads: 214
[texts]General regulations for the Army of the United States, 1841 - United States. War Dept
Includes index
Keywords: United States. Army; Military Personnel; Government Regulation
Downloads: 197
[texts]Revised United States Army regulations of 1861 : with an appendix containing the changes and laws affecting Army regulations and Articles of War to June 25, 1863 - United States. War Dept
Includes index
Keywords: United States. Army; Military Personnel; Government Regulation
Downloads: 208
[texts]Harborpark institutional framework - Boston Redevelopment Authority
...contains information on the Boston harbor, related roles, responsibilities and projects and 8 federal, 23 state and 20 local government entities; it also identifies a contact person, address and phone number for each; a 1986 edition titled "Harborpark: the Governmental Actors: A Directory of Responsibilities and Contacts" is kept on BRA/876; this item was in the BRA collection..
Keywords: Government Regulation; Harborpark, Boston (Mass.); Licenses; Waterfronts
Downloads: 930
[audio]CTIR Episode 34: 3 D Printers - thamanjimmy
In Episode 34 of CTIR, I analyze the pros and cons of 3-D printers. Specifically, I discuss the positive consequences of 3-D printers on our economy.
Keywords: technology; liberty; progressive; libertarian; government regulation; politics; news
Downloads: 4
[texts]Resolutions passed by Sanitary Committee in session, Monday, July 29, and ordered to be sent to the President, heads of the departments, and to both Houses of Congress - United States Sanitary Commission
Caption title
Keywords: Military Hygiene; Military Personnel; Government Regulation; American Civil War
Downloads: 46
[texts]Regulations for the Army of the Confederate States, 1863 - Confederate States of America. War Dept
Includes index
Keywords: Confederate States of America. Army; Military Personnel; Government Regulation
Downloads: 355
[texts]Regulations for the Medical Department of the Army - United States. Army Medical Dept
NLM Copy 5, bound with: Regulations for the Medical Department of the Army. Washington [D.C.] : G.P.O., 1861
Keywords: United States. Army Medical Dept; Military Medicine; Hospitals, Military; Government Regulation
Downloads: 88
[texts]Regulations for the Medical Department of the Army - United States. Army Medical Dept
NLM Copy 3, bound with: Regulations for the Medical Department of the Army. Washington [D.C.] : G.P.O., 1861
Keywords: United States. Army Medical Dept; Military Medicine; Hospitals, Military; Government Regulation
Downloads: 89
[texts]Regulations for the Medical Department of the Army - United States. Army Medical Dept
NLM copy, "This book is to be kept by the Medical Officer to whom it is addressed, and the receipt thereof acknowledged to the Surgeon Generals [sic]. Surgeon General's Office, November, 1850"--Ms. annotation, front flyleaf
Keywords: United States. Army Medical Dept; Military Medicine; Hospitals, Military; Government Regulation
Downloads: 81
[texts]Letter of the Secretary of War : communicating, in answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 9th instant, copy of the proceedings of the general court-martial for the trial of assistant surgeon Webster : report of the general-in-chief of the Army on the management of general hospitals : general orders in relation to the medical department, and general orders and instructions relating to hospitals - Webster, Warren, 1835-1896
Caption title
Keywords: Webster, Warren, 1835-1896; Physicians; Military Personnel; Government Regulation; Hospitals, Military
Downloads: 59
[texts]Regulations for the Medical Department of the Army - United States. Army Medical Dept
NLM Copy 2, inscription of W.S. Bryant, t.p
Keywords: United States. Army Medical Dept; Military Medicine; Hospitals, Military; Government Regulation
Downloads: 85
[texts]Regulations for the Medical Department of the Army - United States. Army Medical Dept
"War Department, September 17, 1861"--P. [3]
Keywords: United States. Army Medical Dept; Military Medicine; Hospitals, Military; Government Regulation
Downloads: 79
[texts]Regulations for the Medical Department of the Army - United States. Army Medical Dept
"October, 1840."
Keywords: United States. Army Medical Dept; Military Medicine; Hospitals, Military; Government Regulation
Downloads: 75
[texts]Regulations for the medical department of the Army of Virginia - Confederate States of America. Army. Medical Dept
Later eds. have title: Regulations for the Medical Department of the C.S. Army
Keywords: Confederate States of America. Army. Medical Dept; Military Medicine; Hospitals, Military; Government Regulation
Downloads: 174
[texts]Special orders. extract - United States. Army. Dept. of the Tennessee
Caption title
Keywords: United States. Army; Alcoholic Beverages; Ships; Government Regulation; American Civil War
Downloads: 131
[texts]Laboratory animal welfare : January 1984 : 85 selected citations - Gluckstein, Fritz P
Updated annually by supplements
Keywords: Animals, Laboratory; Animal Welfare; Animal Experimentation; Animal Testing Alternatives; Government Regulation; History; Human Rights; Jurisprudence; Morals; Social Control, Formal
Downloads: 3
[texts]Laboratory Animal Welfare, Supplement III : January 1987, 63 selected citations - Gluckstein, Fritz P
Condition reviewed
Keywords: Animal Experimentation; Animal Welfare; Animal Care Committees; Animal Testing Alternatives; Government Regulation; History; Human Rights; International Cooperation; Internationality; Jurisprudence; Morals; Politics; Reference Standards; Social Control, Formal
Downloads: 5
[audio]Tolerance: A History of Drink - BackStory with the American History Guys
Uncork the champagne! December 5th marked the 75th anniversary of Prohibition's repeal, but was the ban on alcohol as bad as we remember? Does Prohibition really deserve its reputation as a failed experiment? In this hour, political historian Jim Morone gives us an introduction to the politics of sin. Then a modern-day moonshiner tells how the government watches closely as he makes corn whiskey in his grandfather's still...
Keywords: 18th amendment; 21st amendment; alcohol; alcoholics anonymous; alcoholism; belmont farm distillery; benjamin franklin; drinking age; drug abuse; food and drink; government regulation; james morone; medicine; moonshine; progressive era; prohibition; psychology; temperance; virginia lightning; american history; backstory
Downloads: 100
[texts]Laboratory animal welfare. Supplement II : January 1986, 72 selected citations - Gluckstein, Fritz P
"January 1986"--Cover
Keywords: Animals, Laboratory; Animal Welfare; Animal Experimentation; Animal Care Committees; Animal Rights; Animal Testing Alternatives; Editorial Policies; Government Regulation; History; Human Rights; International Cooperation; Internationality; Jurisprudence; Morals; Politics; Publishing; Social Control, Formal
Downloads: 6
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1944 (Volume 1944) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 11
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1946 (Volume 1946) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1928 (Volume 1928) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 8
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1963 (Volume 1963) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 10
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1921 (Volume 1921) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 16
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1936 (Volume 1936) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 15
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1966 (Volume 1966) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 17
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1932 (Volume 1932) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 8
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1950 (Volume 1950) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 11
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1918 (Volume 1918) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 16
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1948 (Volume 1948) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 8
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1943 (Volume 1943) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 14
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1959 (Volume 1959) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 11
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1940 (Volume 1940) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 11
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1924 (Volume 1924) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 24
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1945 (Volume 1945) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1957 (Volume 1957) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
Downloads: 12
[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1955 (Volume 1955) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1941 (Volume 1941) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1942 (Volume 1942) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1943 (Volume 1943) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1950 (Volume 1950) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1923 (Volume 1923) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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